Hmm - this may sound a bit strange, but try deleting the PC's record from inventory - this should wipe out all related information (including "Force this guy to boot to provisioning").
You can then send a full inventory again (add "/F /SYNC" to the default command-line) once the device is booted up. It's the somewhat lazier alternative of reverse-engineering where exactly we're storing the forced-boot options for provisioning (for PXE-OSD, I'd have an idea, but provisioning is a somewhat different tin of beans).
See how that works for you (seems harmless enough to me since this is a test client I'm assuming) :).
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Thanks for the reply, but sadly there is no record in Landesk for this PC, and I also can't force an inventory as the PC currently has no OS installed.
The provisioning was specfiied by mac address, so I guess this is all Landesk has too.
If you haven't resolved the problem yet, you can get it to stop happening by deleting the configuration files on your pxe server.
Just make sure you're wiping out the files for that mac address only.
Sorry for the long delay in replying, but I have been off long term sick.
Thanks to Brett Asay for the answer. I was able to find this PC in the XML file and remove it. Now I can rebuild it properly.